After PlayStation and Xbox: Now Nintendo also expects Activision
Activision is an American computer game growth and releasing business, produced in 1979. As of 2007, the company is with Blizzard Home Entertainment the Editor Activision Blizzard, which comes from the French conglomerate Vivaldi prior to ending up being independent in 2013. Activision is the first video game publisher for consoles in the United States. Its first products are cartridges for the Atari 2600. In 2005, Activision is the 2nd world computer game publisher, behind Electronic Arts. On December 2, 2007, Vivaldi purchases Activision as well as involves a merging with Blizzard Enjoyment to bring to life Activision Blizzard, the biggest global publisher. The publisher strengthens international gigantic video clip game by gotten King's company for $6 billion. Activision releases especially Tony Hawk's Collection video clip games, Crash Bandicoot as well as Call of Responsibility.
The management of Activision Blizzard has to face great criticism — not only of its own players and players. Also, giant companies like Sony, Xbox and now even Nintendo relates to the company against the company.
Activision scandal: That has Nintendo to say
In response to the sexism scandal at Activision Blizzard, the President of Nintendo of America is now reported. According to the latest reports, it was not only increasingly became the treatment of female employees in the Group, but also to sexual harassment and coercion, from which Activision boss Bobby Kick should have known. (Source: The Wall Street Journal)
Doug Bowler has therefore sent a mail last week to all Nintendo employees, in which he addresses the current situation:
Just like you, I also follow the latest developments about Activision Blizzard and the ongoing reports of sexual harassment, and the Toxic circumstances in the company. I feel these reports as shattering and disturbing, they go against my values as well as against Nintendo's beliefs, values and guidelines.
Thus, the US President of Nintendo clearly arises against the events at Activision Blizzard. In the further course of the mail it means that Nintendo was in contact with Activision, had taken measures and consider further. What exactly that is, is unclear so far. Presumably similar consequences are drawn as PlayStation. (Source: Fan byte)
How to react PlayStation and Xbox?
PlayStation Jim Ryan has also turned directly to Activision and apparently disappointed. In a company-internal mail, it means that Activision will not meet statements of the situation. Shortly afterwards Call of Duty: Vanguard disappeared from the presented tab on the PlayStation home page.
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Even Xbox boss Phil Spencer clearly opposes Activision Blizzard. In a mail to his employees, he refers position and means that such behavior does not have space in the game industry. He also promises that the situation will have consequences for Activision Blizzard. (Source: Kodak)
What companies plan exactly to replace Activision Blizzard is still unclear. However, the corporations would apparently want to put all a sign against sexual assaults and women's tiny behavior.